The Fakest “Horse Dewormer” Story You’ll Ever See Was Written By Rolling Stone

It’s strange how every time a therapy is promoted as a potential “cure” for COVID, the mainstream media and Democrats attack it like a pack of ravenous wolves.

It’s almost as though they’re an army of well-coordinated “bots” defending Big Pharma’s vaccination.

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Because that “bot army” is creating and disseminating a flood of phony stories and narratives in order to scare people into thinking about “treating” COVID rather than getting the vaccination.

It all looks and feels a little odd, which is yet another cause for the vaccine’s controversies and suspicion.

On the whole, there’s a “thou dost protest too much” vibe going on.

I suppose it’s “Vaccine or Bust” for them.

Right now, they’re concentrating on Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic medicine whose inventor was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2015.

Vets utilize this drug, like many other drugs humans take – there is a “animal” and a “human” version – but the media is only focusing on the “animal” version to create this bizarre “horse dewormer” narrative.

People are taking a “horse dewormer” to “treat” COVID, they claim.

It’s the same strategy they used when the “fish tank cleaning” craze erupted after President Trump said Chloroquine may be used to treat COVID.

Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic medication that is used to treat hives.

Ivermectin is being administered to immigrants for diseases unrelated to the new coronavirus, according to Reuters.

However, the left continues to talk about it as if it is only used as a horse dewormer, instilling widespread dread of the prescription, which is both ludicrous and predictable.

And the misleading news being spread about this drug is so outrageous that it’s nearly unbelievable.

One of the most obvious false news stories we’ve seen was just published in Rolling Stone Magazine…

And it’s astonishing that the fact-checkers haven’t yet descended upon them, despite the fact that their entire story has been thoroughly refuted from top to bottom.

According to the Rolling Stone article, a hospital in Oaklahoma was so overburdened with patients who had overdosed on the “horse dewormer” that gunshot victims couldn’t get in to see the emergency room doctors.

What? LOL, if this sounds ridiculous on the surface, imagine how ridiculous it becomes when you dig deeper…

Let me start by showing you the photograph that Rolling Stone chose for the essay.


There are a few issues with this picture. The first is that it’s September in Oklahoma, and when it’s 80 degrees outdoors, few people are wearing coats and hats.

In addition, most persons who go to the ER do not create a line outside. They normally take a seat in the waiting room.

Without delving too deeply into this nonsense reporting, Rolling Stone claims that a doctor at NHS Sequoyah hospital named Jason McElyea reported that the rise in people using ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug usually reserved for deworming horses or livestock, as a treatment or preventative for Covid-19 has emergency rooms “so backed up that gunshot victims were hav[ing] trouble breathing.”

Here’s one of the excellent doctor’s so-called quotes:

“The emergency rooms are so backed up that shooting victims were having trouble getting to places where they could get decisive care and be treated,” Dr. Jason McElyea said.

What’s the issue with that? That is not the case, according to the hospital. They aren’t treating anyone for using Ivermectin, their ERs don’t have “high wait times,” and the doctor described by Rolling Stone hasn’t worked at the hospital in two months.

The hospital’s official statement is as follows:

UPDATE: Northeastern Hospital System Sequoyah issued a statement: Although Dr. Jason McElyea is not an employee of NHS Sequoyah, he is affiliated with a medical staffing group that provides coverage for our emergency room. With that said, Dr. McElyea has not worked at our Sallisaw location in over 2 months. NHS Sequoyah has not treated any patients due to complications related to taking ivermectin. This includes not treating any patients for ivermectin overdose. All patients who have visited our emergency room have received medical attention as appropriate. Our hospital has not had to turn away any patients seeking emergency care. We want to reassure our community that our staff is working hard to provide quality healthcare to all patients. We appreciate the opportunity to clarify this issue and as always, we value our community’s support.”

So, in a nutshell, Rolling Stone’s entire essay is nonsense… the world’s largest hoax.

And boy, did they pay a high price for it.

“Winter coats show just how accurate this story is in September.”

“Turns out this article is completely false. @RollingStone is lying. The hospital in question put out a statement denying any of this is happening”

“Are you guys going to admit this story is complete bullshit now, or wait a few days?”

“We’re always wearing fall/winter clothing here in Okie land when it’s almost 100°F outside. Of all the pictures they could have used they use this…”

“Debunked in record time. Shame on Rolling Stone.”

“This is awful and should be an Onion headline, not real life.”

“Surprisingly, there are no numbers given in the article, and veterinary preparations are being conflated with human prescription preparations. I see Rolling Stone is still holding to the same high standards of journalistic practices that we saw in the UVA story.”

“Rolling Stone does fiction.” 

“Well it certainly doesn’t help when MSM misleads people into thinking THAT is what Joe Rogan took rather than the human pill under the supervision of a doctor.”

“Shocking to see the amount of fake news being spread in MSM. Even the Hospital had to issue a statement to deny it. “

“Why hasn’t Twitter fact-checkers deleted this garbage story?” 

“That’s a whole lot of gunshot victims. Crazy how they line up like that. ” 

“A hospital would not let gunshot victims waiting in the first place.”

“Oh yeah, I’m sure horse dewormed overdoses are the big reason hospitals are backed up. How gullible do you think people are? I guess very. Also the whole horse dewormer thing is a little tired now that most people who can read know it’s on the WHOs List of Essential (people) Meds”

The “medical industry” has now been formally “weaponized” as a political tool, courtesy to COVID and left-wing communists.

And I’m not sure I can think of anything scarier.



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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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